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02/03 Wednesday 18th April Harp Recital


7.30pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Tickets £7 (concessions £5) from the Academy’s Box Office, see page 32. You can buy tickets at any time from www.ram.ac.uk/events


Maria Luisa Rayan Forero, internationally renowned Argentinean harpist, makes her first visit to the Academy. Programme to include works by Grandjany, JS Bach and Piazzolla. This event is sponsored by Holywell Music and will be followed by a reception.


Thursday 19th April Harp Masterclass


2.00–6.30pm York Gate 150 Free, no tickets required


With Maria Luisa Rayan Forero, internationally renowned Argentinean harpist.


Friday 20th April


Max on the Changing Role of the Composer in Society


10.00am Concert Room Free, no tickets required


Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, Visiting Professor of Composition, draws from his exceptional knowledge for the latest of his talks at the Academy.


Friday 20th April Harp Masterclass


11.00am–3.30pm York Gate 150 Free, no tickets required


Maria Luisa Rayan Forero continues her work with Academy harpists.


Friday 20th April Clarinet Masterclass


2.00–5.00pm and 6.00–9.00pm Recital Room Free, no tickets required


With Andrew Marriner, principal clarinet of the London Symphony Orchestra and Visiting Professor of Clarinet at the Academy.


Friday 20th April Vocal Masterclass


2.00–5.00pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Free, no tickets required


With Brindley Sherratt, international operatic bass and distinguished Academy alumnus.


Friday 20th April


Academy Concert Orchestra


1.05pm Duke’s Hall Free, no tickets required


Britten Serenade for tenor, horn and strings, op.31 Mahler Rückert-Lieder


Stephan Zilias and Alissa Firsova conductors Thomas Elwin tenor Anna Douglass horn Sara Lian Owen soprano


Postgraduate conducting students direct these concerto performances, which form part of their final exams.


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